Oligoplites


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Noun1.Oligoplites - leatherjacketsOligoplites - leatherjackets      
fish genus - any of various genus of fish
Carangidae, family Carangidae - large family of narrow-bodied marine food fishes with widely forked tails; chiefly of warm seas
leatherjack, leatherjacket - any of several New World tropical fishes having tiny embedded scales
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Kingcroaker 1,050 43,001 Oligoplites sanrus I rather 1,000 24,176 jacket Peprilus pam American -- 6,461 harvestfish Prionotus punctatus Bluewing 22,400 1,615,631 searobin Pomatomus saltatrix Bluefish 16,130 158,373 Rajidae Rays 1,100 7,152 Rhinobatos spp.
Oligoplites palometa (cuvier, 1831); carangidae: Jurel (PN, PS, ZN, CA, VC), (Pez) Cuero (ZN, CA), Zapatero palometa (ZN, CA), Palometa (PN, PS, ZN, CA), Caballa (PN, PS, ZN, CA).
TABELA I PRINCIPAIS * ESPECIES DE PESCADO PRESENTES NOS DESEMBARQUES PESQUEIROS ORIUNDAS DAS VISITAS AOS CERCOS FLUTUANTES DE TRINDADE, DEZEMBRO 2009-AGOSTO 2010 ** Familia Especie ** Nome local Carangidae Decapterus punctatus Carapau Selenne setapinnis Galo Oligoplites saliens Guaivira Chloroscombrus chrysurus Palombeta Trachinotus sp.
1822) Carangidae Oligoplites saurus CIUA 15 ROMAN-VALENCIA & ACERO, 1992.
Carangidae Caranx hippos Oligoplites saurus Lutjanidae Lutjanus spp.
Sin embargo, es importante aclarar que en el trabajo realizado por Galeano y Romero (15), fue reportado para Caranx hippos, Centropomus ensiferus y Oligoplites saurus presentes en la Cienaga Grande de Santa Marta.
Food habits of juvenile marine fishes: evidence of the cleaning habit in the leatherjaeket, Oligoplites saurus, and the spottail pinfish, Diplodus holbrooki.
The pelagic species hardhead halfbeak, Chriodorus atherinoides, and leatherjack, Oligoplites saurus, were not common, and the scrawled cowfish, Lactophrys quadricornis; the striped burrfish, Chilomycterus schoepfi; and the great barracuda, Sphyraena barracuda, were all observed only once.
These included Sauridia brasiliensis, Eutremeus teres, and Stenotomus caprinus, which were collected only at the open water stations, Gobiosoma bosc, from low salinity mud bottoms, Trachinotus carolinus and Menticirrhus americanus from nearshore sand bottoms, and all three species of Fundulus, Oligoplites saurus, and Eucinostomus argenteus from high salinity grassbeds.